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Men, Women, parade halfclad to celebrate peace, love and nvd1ty

A procession of people once again spread a message of love and freedom as they walk the streets of San Francisco unclothed in the annual Nvde Valentine's Parade.


The event secured a permit in January and occurred Feb. 17, following a route that starts at Jane Warner Plaza in the Castro and ends on the steps of City Hall.


Gypsy Taub, a 48-year-old nvde activist, founded the parade after the city introduced restrictions around public nvd1ty in 2013. Up to 100 people have attended past events and many paint their bodies and hold signs with statements advocating for peace, love and nvd1ty.


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